Linksys's new WRTSL54GS Wireless-G Media Storage Link Router with Speed Booster is not only a mouthful in name, but in functionality as well. Besides serving as a router, a wireless access point, and a four-port switch, the WRTSL54GS includes a storage link and a media server. The Storage Link feature lets you attach a USB hard drive or flash thumbdrive, effectively creating a network-attached storage unit, whose capacity is determined by the user. You can set up your files to be available via the Internet (files would be downloaded via a Web browser)--either publicly or via password-protected accounts. The built-in Media Server can stream music, video, and photos from the attached storage device to any Universal Plug-and-Play-compatible media adapter.
The WRTSL54GS Wireless-G Media Storage Link Router with Speed Booster includes Linksys's SecureEasySetup feature, which allows for push-button setup of devices that are also enabled with SecureEasySetup. And then there are the usual suspects of features crucial to a router: WPA encryption, a DHCP server, an SPI firewall, and VPN pass-through support. Suggested retail price is about $129--neither cheap nor terribly expensive, considering what you're getting.